With The Lullabye sessions The Lullabye Factory aims to encourage artists in possible collaborations with other members of the Creative Analog Scene in a way that will enforce each party by being part of an Ambitious Greater Collective. It will also let artists be able to get (re)introduced to the Analog Way of creating Multitrack recordings. There is something truly beautiful in working the same way all of the classic recordings, that shaped modern music today, were created. As the Analog Way gains momentum (Kodak just announced their first 8 mm film camera since the 80ies is in the making, some recent Blockbusters were filmed on classic 35 and 70 mm filmcameras, Vinyl production proceeds to increase), The Lullabye Factory is to play a leading part in resurrecting the craftsmanship of realizing the manifestation of sonic art within its same language barrier: sonic frequencies magnetized onto Tape. No calculations other than Nature’s Law necessary.